Indiana's Senate Republican Caucus voted not to consider a resolution to amend the state's Constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman. Indiana statutory law already prohibits marriage by gay or lesbian couples. The resolution, which has often dominated past legislative sessions to the detriment of such pressing concerns as property taxes and governmental restructuring, would have built discrimination into the state's Constitution. Indiana Equality has worked hard to prevent this from happening. The Senate Republican Caucus's vote appears to have killed the proposed amendment for this session.